Are Supply Chain Issues Improving?
Exploring the Last Three Years of Supply Chain Progress and Challenges
As we reflect on the tumultuous past three years, it's impossible not to wonder if any progress has been made with regards to the disruptions that were induced by the pandemic.
Supply chain companies were severely impacted by lockdown measures and reduced shipping capacity, resulting in a challenging environment for manufacturers to adapt to the “new normal”. Consequently, we witnessed empty shelves and panicked consumers struggling with short supply, including a shortage of toilet paper during the pandemic's peak.
In this article, we will delve into the topic of whether any significant improvements have been made since the pandemic began. It's important to note that our focus will be solely on this subject, and we won't touch upon discussions surrounding inflationary pressure and its potential impact on supply chains.